Pay for each of these 6 health insurance CEOs surpasses $15M

Six CEOs at the largest publicly traded managed care insurers in the nation earned more than $15 million each in 2019, according to S&P Global Market Intelligence.

Of the six managed care companies, Centene Corp.'s CEO Michael Neidorff was the highest-paid last year. 

Here's how pay for the six CEOs stacked up, from highest to lowest:

Michael Neidorff, Centene: $26.4 million
David Cordani, Cigna Corp.: $19.1 million
David Wichmann, UnitedHealth Group: $18.9 million
Joseph Zubretsky, Molina Healthcare: $18 million 
Bruce Broussard, Humana: $16.7 million
Gail Boudreaux, Anthem: $15.5 million 

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